This is a remix of the fantastic case by CippyO. I rearranged all of the components, added vents, and made it look a little sleeker.
The case is modelled after a mix between a hot rod, a jet plane, and a CPU case. It is designed to hold up to two (2) 120mm case fans, one right in between the lower and upper cavities, and one on top of the case. There are flame-shaped vents on the sides, a turbine-shaped vent on the front, and if you decide not to use the upper fan, a large 120mm vent on top. The "floor" in between the upper and lower cavities has a diamond mesh design, allowing air to pass freely through the entire case. Also, although it isn't in the pictures, there is a separation between the interior fan mount and the lower part of the case, with a hex mesh to allow air to pass through.
Additionally, there is a slot on the side panel for printers that utilize a graphic LCD that has a built in SD slot, and a holder under the screen for 4 extra microSD cards. Within the case there is a mount point for a Raspberry Pi form-factor board that allows external access to the interface ports.
This case is the same width as the one by CippyO, however because the PSU mount is relocated to the bottom, the mount for the control board is moved over to allow for the wider boards utilized by the newer CR-10S and Mini line printers.
I designed this some time ago now, and my priorities have changed since. I do not currently plan on printing this, but you all can try it and tell me if anything needs changing, or change it yourself through TinkerCAD.
Note that like in the original design by CippyO, you will need to extend some wires to make this work properly. There is a channel up the back for routing wires to and from the PSU.
You will want to add 4 rubber feet (I typically use little cabinet bumpers) to the bottom, as you will need the gap for the 4 PSU screws.
The Mach 1.5 is slightly cleaned up, and has a few improvements that ease printing. You can still access the 1.0 files on this page if you like, and the vent covers are exactly the same.
The 1.5 improvements are as follows:
-The side panel is 1mm thicker for more rigidity.
-The hex mesh beneath the interior fan is now optional, and can be printed separately with the other vent covers. Note that a different style cover isn't supported (yet) and you will need an X-acto knife in order to make one fit.
-The diamond mesh on the interior is more widely spaced.
-The wiring channel is now cylindrical.
-The turbines and "fuel tanks" are now better supported for easier printing, especially without supports.
- The odd cutouts and imperfect seams between parts have been (mostly) fixed.